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Are Your Credit Card Fees Lining The Pockets of the Rich?
Posted By Ron On November 12, 2012 @ 6:30 AM In Banking | Comments Disabled
If you make less than $150,000 per year, the statistics say the credit card fees you pay each year fund the credit card  rewards of the rich.
I found the following infographic on the PerkStreet  blog and it’s a real eye opener. If you’re currently making more than $150,000 per year, you’re probably enjoying the benefits of credit card  rewards but those rewards are coming from the fees of people making less than $100,000 per year.
How to fight back? Use a PerkStreet  debit card instead. By doing so, you’ll earn as much in rewards as the $150,000+ crowd without going into debt!
So, if you make more than $150,000 consider using a card like the Discover® More® Card .
But if you’re not quite at that income level, consider using the PerkStreet Debit Card  instead. The average family earns well over $600 per year in rewards without going into any credit card  debt!
Stop lining the pockets of those who really don’t need the money. Switch to PerkStreet  and get your own cash back!
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